Young Filmmakers Program Intern

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Assistant to the Director of Young Filmmakers Program. An internship is any official or formal program that provides practical experience in an occupation or profession. It is done in exchange for school credit (usually as a graduation requirement) from an accredited college or university.
An apprenticeship is an opportunity to learn a trade or gain experience in a desired field. An apprentice could be a student, recent graduate, or someone looking to change career paths.
Both internships and apprenticeships consist of a regular weekly work schedule within a particular AFF department and are designed to expand participants professional knowledge and experience. Apprenticeships, unlike internships, are not for official school credit.


Research (and contact) schools and various organizations through which we can increase public awareness of the YFP. Research various organizations through which we can get money/sponsorship for the YFP. Brainstorming and putting into practice ways to expand YFP (screenings, increasing publicity for competitions, etc.) Mailings for YFP and Membership. Brainstorming ways to expand membership.

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Attach a copy of your resume. Please submit all documents in PDF Format.
Mail, fax or deliver to:
Austin Film Festival
ATTN: Internship/Apprenticeship: *Job Title you wish to apply for*
1801 Salina Street, Austin, TX 78702
FAX: 512-478-6205
Applications will also be considered if sent by email. The subject line should read Internship/Apprenticeship: *job title you wish to apply for*


Intern must be friendly, outgoing, patient, organized, and have an interest in working with kids!

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